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Architecture Design of The White Box House

Description About The Project

The White Box House designed by Yaniv Pardo Architects, located in a quiet small neighborhood at the center of Gush Dan. Indeed, the small plot obligated the design of a 3-story townhouse, divided into gradually revealing spaces. While others are visible at first sight. This house comprised of a sequence of spaces that provide a revelation experience and are suitable to the family’s lifestyle. Also, the space split into various zones – pleasant seating areas, sleeping, gatherings.

The white box behaves both as a single room and a collection of rooms simultaneously. The envelope perforated with openings that join and connect the walls, ceilings, and floors in a 3-dimensional way. Moreover, adjacent spaces can be seen and sensed through the openings above and beneath them. Thus expanding their trivial definitions. The architecture is Mediterranean and thus sensitive to the climate aspect. The pool‘s design continues the opening rhythm of the house. It located at the center of the court like a well surrounded by flora.

On the other hand, the house’s position, facing East and South. Also allows the tenants the pleasure of natural daylight for most of the day. Indeed, the sequence of spaces relates to the outside, the garden, and the neighborhood. Life in the house flows in and out with no defined boundaries, and some indoor spaces are perceived as outdoors. Besides, the house architecture is such that outdoor spaces feel like indoors and vice versa. It does not speak of volumes and shapes but simply expresses the richness of the sequence.

The Architecture Design Project Information:

The White Box House, Closely Linked to Nature by Yaniv Pardo Architects

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The White Box House, Closely Linked to Nature by Yaniv Pardo Architects
The floor covered in slate stone and the pool heated with solar panels.
The White Box House, Closely Linked to Nature by Yaniv Pardo Architects

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The White Box House, Closely Linked to Nature by Yaniv Pardo Architects

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The White Box House, Closely Linked to Nature by Yaniv Pardo Architects
All the elements in The White Box House built, and the double walls massive and painted white.
The White Box House, Closely Linked to Nature by Yaniv Pardo Architects

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The White Box House, Closely Linked to Nature by Yaniv Pardo Architects
The White Box House, Closely Linked to Nature by Yaniv Pardo Architects

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The White Box House, Closely Linked to Nature by Yaniv Pardo Architects
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The White Box House, Closely Linked to Nature by Yaniv Pardo Architects
The spaces allow air circulation that keeps the house cool in summer.
The openings are minimalist, framed with steel or wood profiles.

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The White Box House, Closely Linked to Nature by Yaniv Pardo Architects
The White Box House, Closely Linked to Nature by Yaniv Pardo Architects

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The White Box House, Closely Linked to Nature by Yaniv Pardo Architects
The White Box House, Closely Linked to Nature by Yaniv Pardo Architects
The plan of The White Box House.

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The White Box House, Closely Linked to Nature by Yaniv Pardo Architects

The White Box House Gallery:

Text by the Architects: Located in a quiet small neighborhood at the center of Gush Dan, the modest façade of The White Box House conceals a whole world behind it. The house’s architectural language was dictated by committing to architecture that’s closely linked to the surroundings – the location, its history, and the neighborhood’s residents.

Photo credit: Amit Geron | Source: Yaniv Pardo Architects

For more information about this project; please contact the Architecture firm :
– Add: 117 Herzl st., Tel Aviv, Israel
– Tel: +972 3-549-2546
– Email: [email protected]

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